3 Works

Data from: PMSeeker: A Scheme for paternity marker set mining

Xiao-Qin Xia, Mijuan Shi & Lei Xia
The paternity test is a genetic test that analyzes genetic characteristics (mostly molecular markers) to identify whether two individuals have a parent-child relationship. It is frequently employed in judicial identification and economic species breeding. Because a single marker's discriminability is restricted, numerous markers are typically utilized to produce an accurate result. Obviously, having an excessive number of redundant markers wastes time and resources, and adequate approaches are required to screen reduced and efficient paternity marker...

A large scale temporal and spatial eDNA biodiversity survey of offshore marine vertebrates in Brazil following the upriver Fundão tailings dam failure

Rose Lines, Manjeeti Juggernauth, Georgia Peverley, Tiffany Simpson, Mahsa Mousavi-Derazmahalleh, Michael Bunce, Tina Berry, James Keating, Alice Taysom & Phillip Whittle
Seawater contains a wealth of genetic information, which represents the biodiversity of numerous species residing within a particular marine habitat. eDNA metabarcoding offers a cost effective, non-destructive method for large scale monitoring of environments, as diverse taxonomic groups are easily detected using metabarcoding assays. Monitoring marine environments along a coastline and over a number of seasons can reveal changes in these environments and provide information for management decisions following an impact event. Following the Fundão...

Data from: Warming alters juvenile carp effects on macrophytes resulting in a shift to turbid conditions in freshwater mesocosms

Peiyu Zhang, Huan Zhang, Huan Wang, Sabine Hilt, Chao Li, Chen Yu, Min Zhang & Jun Xu
1. Multiple stressors such as climate change and eutrophication are responsible for the global decline of macrophytes in lakes. The loss of this key component can result in turbid conditions and a loss of important ecosystem functions and services, particularly in shallow lakes. Benthivorous fish, which can increase in abundance during eutrophication, can adversely affect macrophytes through physical disturbance, cascading effects on turbidity, suspended and attached algae (phytoplankton and periphyton) and direct consumption. However, whether...

Registration Year

  • 2021
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Affiliations

  • Institute of Hydrobiology
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  • Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
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  • Huazhong Agricultural University
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  • Curtin University
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  • BHP (Australia)
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